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RICE

Presented by Griffin Theatre Company and Queensland Theatre

Michele Lee is an important emerging voice in contemporary Australian writing. Ambitious in form and idea, her observations on race, gender and power can be both brutal and tender. With Rice, Michele sets the personal politics of two women against the global politics of the world food economy. In doing so, she unpicks the vastly different relationship that migrants of varying generations and backgrounds have with Australia.

Nisha is a high-flying executive at Australia’s largest producer of rice. Prodigiously talented, she’s sp

When:
21/07/2017
Where:
10 Nimrod St, Kings Cross, New South Wales, 2010
How Much:
$35- 55
Web:
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